A worker sustained fatal injuries while repairing a cement truck.
A facility in Pennsylvania faces nearly $90k in fines after exposing employees to hazards related to combustible dust.
A Pennsylvania hot tub manufacturer has continued to expose workers to chemical hazards following original OSHA inspections.
A new report shows employed Americans believe their workplace safety is more important than ever, but they are not so sure their employer would agree.
OSHA found that many machine safe guards had been removed at the USPS distribution center.
A federal judge is cracking down on an employer with a long history of exposing employees to workplace hazards.
Employees exposed to fall hazards are at risk of serious injuries and even death.
Whether you have employees returning to in-person work or students going back to in-person learning, monitoring and maintaining indoor air quality (IAQ) is critical. More people are paying attention to air quality in the spaces we use for work, school, entertainment and travel, and building owners are looking for ways to create cleaner air to instill occupant confidence.
The agency said that required safety measures could have prevented a fatal fall at a zip-line attraction in California.
Change is scary, it invites in the unknown leading to uncertainty, anxiety and stress. Despite how it makes you feel, however, change is bound to happen.
An investigation found that the employer could have prevented the conditions that led to electrocution.
OSHA investigated the company following a crushed hand incident in Camden, New Jersey.
OSHA has signed a strategic partnership with an Alabama construction company to prevent worker injuries and exposure to hazards.
OSHA announced the availability of $3.2 million for Susan Harwood Workplace Safety and Health Training on Infectious Diseases, Including COVID-19 grants.
Poor safety performance can result in substantial loss and unanticipated and detrimental risk, both acute and chronic, to project stakeholders.
The agency will increase the amount of inspections at hospitals and nursing home facilities that treat Covid-19 patients in an effort to curb the spread of the virus among employees in healthcare.
An OSHA initiative seeks to protect Midwest workers from hazardous noise and permanent hearing loss.
Workers can be caught in a trench collapse in mere seconds, a hazard that can cause injury and even death.
It's National Ladder Safety Month! Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses how to properly and safely choose, set up and ascend a ladder.
Barrier glove technology – whether thick polymer “canner” types or thin disposables – has changed dramatically over the last 10 years, along with the increase in use. Gone are the days when rough hands or stained fingers defined what we did for a living.
A federal inspection found a West Virginia brick manufacturer exposed workers to respirable crystalline silica hazards.
A recent survey of safety professionals asks the question, “Does chemical management have to be hard?”
OSHA's recent investigation has led to proposed penalties amounting to over $230,000.
OSHA has found that Dollar General has a long history of exposing employees to dangerous working conditions.
By supplying safe lighting products, construction companies can significantly enhance worker safety throughout the job site.
OSHA has cited a Long Island contractor with nine willful violations after an employee died following a fall onsite.
Live monitoring brings an added dimension to real-time detection today.
In our issue this month, we are highlighting the hazards workers are faced with when they work in extreme temperatures.
Can your company afford not to implement wearable technology as part of its HRI prevention program?
A well-structured training program helps companies avoid the human and financial costs associated with an OSHA violation.